While cysts of the vulva are more likely to be mucinous than nonmucinous, the nonmucinous ones have been postulated to arise from Wolffian duct remnants (Fig. 4) (8). These are much less common than cysts of Mullerian origin. Grossly, they are usually thin-walled cysts. They can occur along the tract of the Wolffian duct, and, so while more often occurring in the lateral vaginal wall, may be seen in the upper vulva near the hymen (9). They are lined by a cuboidal to columnar epithelium (Table 4).
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